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Not sure where to find your online courses in Clackamas Community College’s Moodle LMS Continue reading
If you have Teacher, Manager, or Course Content Viewer roles within Moodle, you are able to copy content from another course into your own. If you do not have access to the other course, you can request the assigned instructor Continue reading
What Are Forum Subscriptions Forum subscriptions allow you to, via email, stay up to date with the goings-on in a given forum. When you are subscribed to a forum you will be sent an email for each post made to Continue reading
On the occasion that Moodle is down or you otherwise wish to contact all or select students from a course you are teaching you can contact them through myClackamas.
So lets say you have a file that was created with MS Office 2013 and someone you are trying to share with can’t seem to open it because their software is too old. Follow these steps to create a Continue reading
Written Instructions To help guide through using the new podiums on campus. Turn on the Computer Connect to your Drives Power on EIKI projector Using the Touch Screens The new monitors are touch screens There’s even a touch Continue reading
A meta course enrollment will take any and all folks enrolled in one Moodle course and automatically push them into another course of your choosing. Some examples of use are: Mimicking cross-listed courses (that couldn’t be cross-listed in scheduling for Continue reading
Your Staging Area is a place for you in Moodle, on request it is created by the Moodle Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) and is a great place to keep copies of courses, personal or shared DEV courses and sandboxes to experiment in.
This article is still in development and has not been published. If you need help with any Moodle topic not covered in this Knowledge Base, please contact Distance Learning. We will be happy to answer any questions you have. Email: Continue reading
Moodle is the Learning Management System used by Clackamas to deliver online courses. This system creates a standardized platform for students, while allowing flexibility and freedom for course development by instructors. Moodle is a modular platform, meaning you can pick Continue reading
Course Page Layout Moodle courses are a webpage like any other: they’ll have a Header, a Body, and the Nav Drawer. The Body is where your course materials will reside. Header The Header section contains important links for navigation and Continue reading
The Course Settings page is where an instructor creates and manages a course’s overall settings. Other Settings pages will be specific to the page you are on when you click Edit settings. Remember to click on the Save changes button Continue reading
The following is the suggested way to Backup your course in Moodle. It is good practice, at the end of a term, to also create an archive of your course for your own records. Return to End Of Term Continue reading
Take the following steps to Restore materials from a course Archive (a backup file stored locally) into a new course. This will work best if the new course you want to populate is empty. Return to Start Of Term Procedures.
When editing has been turned on for a course, the link for adding Activities or Resources appears in many places. It looks like this: You can add an activity or resource anywhere this link occurs. The following is a brief Continue reading
This article is a basic introduction to Moodle grading. By the end, you should have a general understanding of how to build grading into a course. There are two steps in creating and managing course grades. First, set the score Continue reading
Review Your Course Grade Settings The Course Grade Settings tab is used to determine how grades appear for all participants in a course (students and instructors). The Course Grade Settings tab provides settings that determine how the Grader report, Overview report and User Continue reading
Here is the procedure for exporting your grades from Moodle into an Excel spreadsheet that you can save to your local computer or to your “L” Drive for easy reference later. Return to End Of Term Procedures
Before you open your Moodle course to students, you’ll want to transfer and review your course content and rosters. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Online Learning & Educational Technology (OLET) department at email@example.com. Start Of Term Continue reading
NOTE: Beginning 2019 Summer term courses will automatically open and close based on the provisioned start and end dates of a course in Moodle. You can change these settings after the fact or change your course start and end dates Continue reading